More than “All are Welcome,” it’s “All Belong!”
Hospitality may mean different things to different people. We are challenged by our faith in Christ to acknowledge the presence of the person, to be inclusive in our attitude toward every person, and to be aware of the dignity of every person.
Hospitality is the act of welcoming others into our community. We know that our faith compels us to acknowledge the presence of others, to include all people, and to treat them with dignity and without judgment.
That is what we strive to do at St. Patrick.
Red is the color of the Holy Spirit! Flowing like the Holy Spirit, the Red Ambassadors create an environment of welcome, openness and hospitality to those who attend the Saturday and Sunday liturgies at St Patrick Catholic Community. Red Ambassadors are particularly sensitive to those who may be new to the parish and in need of orientation or information.
For more information, contact Tricia Hoyt at 480-998-3843, ext. 104.
Name Tag Weekends
Name Tag Weekends, generally held on the last weekend of the month, are a fun and easy way for parishioners and visitors to get to know the names of the people with whom they are praying. Most of us tend to sit in the same spot each week and Name Tag Weekends give us the chance to remember the names of the people around us and to greet them by name.
Be sure to grab a Name Tag on your way in!
For more information, contact Dan Minton at 480-998-3843, ext. 137
Golf Cart Ministry
Parking is always an issue for a busy parish like ours. Our Golf Cart Ministers drive our parking lot and the lot in the office complex next door, to provide rides to and from the sidewalk outside the church. Take advantage of the hospitality of our drivers and take a ride!